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World Bank 2015 Pacific Islands Supporting Safe, Efficient and Sustainable Maritime  Transport Systems Improving Ports and Maritime Ship World Bank 2015 Pacific Islands Supporting Safe, Efficient and Sustainable Maritime Transport Systems Improving Ports and Maritime Shipping

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The purpose of this report is to identify and examine key maritime challenges that are common across the Pacific Region and specific to Kiribati, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu, identify gaps constraining the contribution of the maritime transport sector to development outcomes, and propose specific sustainable measures and action plans to strengthen port and maritime operations.  This report focuses on three pillars of the maritime sector: (1) institutional arrangements; (2) port infrastructure and port operations; and (3) shipping services (international, intra-regional and domestic) and trade.